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Rookie Lee Elijah in "Basketball"

2013/05/24 | 959 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Elijah has been cast for the upcoming tvN drama "Basketball".

"Basketball" is a new drama by Kwak Jeong-hwan from the KBS 2TV drama "The Slave Hunters", "The Fugitive Plan B" and others. Based on the motive of a real basketball team in the year 1948, "Basketball" is about the conflict, resolution and love of teenagers on a basketball team.

Lee Elijah takes on the role of a rich family's daughter who studied in Japan and is a magazine reporter. Unlike the other wealthy people, she has a lot of interest in society and dreams of a free relationship world but is an immature daughter because of her authoritative father. She will be in romance with Do Ji-han who plays Kang San.

Lee Elijah said, "The director advised me about my role as Sin-yeong from the first day and I was so overwhelmed by the support he gave me, I cried. This is my first leading role and I will do my best to make it work".

"Basketball" will start filming in June and be broadcasted in September.

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